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performance, beyonce brings some old friends for a halftime reunion show. that's already dividing americans. >>> president obama takes his push for new gun control measures on the road to minneapolis today. he'll share ideas with law enforcement officials. one proposal universal background checks for all gun buyers even at gun shows that was the topic of a super bowl ad that aired last night in the washington d.c. market. t >> the nra once supported background checks. >> we think it's reasonable to provide mandatory in-state criminal background checks for every sale at every gun show, no loopholes anywhere for anyone. >> america can do this. for us. please. >> is that spot points out, the nra chief executive argued for mandatory background checks back in 1989. yesterday it was a different story. >> you're more universal background check? >> well, universal background -- now, that's what president obama is now putting guard. let me talk about that. it's a fraud to call it universal. it's never going to be universal. the criminals aren't going to comply with it. they can care less. you're not
the number of young people injured by guns by 40 percent. >> flanked by police officers in uniform mr. obama asked the american people to press congress to take action. >> we don't have to agree on everything to agree it's time to do something. the vast majority of americans, including a majority of gun owners sport requiupport requir background checks for any one buying a gun. >> it will run into a registry of law abiding people. >> it is a fraud to call universal. it is never going to be universal. the criminals aren't going to comply with it. >> the super bowl ad for mayors against illegal guns funded in part by michael bloomberg goes after the nra for being for universal background checks before they were goiagainst the. >> i finally become convinced after fight to go get the mental records computerized for 20-years and watching the mental health lobby, the hippa laws and the ama oppose it. i don't think it's going to happen. >> a big question has been how far senate majority leader harry reid would be willing to go. read said he will move a bill in the senate but has a pro gun right vot
offended demographics. >> jon: 93% of african-americans voted for obama. perhaps pull some from there. >> that's a possibility. >> i got this, al. that is never going to happen, jon, never. >> jon: there's no way the republicans can chip away at the african vote. >> that ship has sailed literally jorchghts yes, sir, nothing is written in stone. >> that's true. i mean maybe the republicans could have a conference where they talk about outreach to minority voters. >> jon: right, right, that could help. >> and maybe they could hold that minority out reach conference, um, i don't know earlier this month at a former virginia slave plantation! never going to happen. >> jon: i forgot about that. >> i don't know how the hell she got in here it's called the hispanic room. not young black chick room. >> jon: al, where are republicans going to get the vote? >> maybe asians, i don't know fiscally conservative gay people if that's even a thing. or possibly hawaiian pranksters but look, it still won't get them over the top. >> jon: romney lost the female vote by 11 points csm they make inroads ther
intentionally say divisive things. obama's birth certificate, you are not american enough or whatever. host: thank you. guest: i have 33 answers. first, as a general matter, members of both parties are constantly blaming people in the other party. i would submit that president obama more than any other president in my lifetime has blamed the republican party and made more excuses than any president. it seemed as if he cannot give a speech for a while without blaming everything including athlete's foot on george w. bush. that gets tiresome after a while. if your criteria is blaming the other party, i think this caller should probably be more upset with president obama than anybody else. the notion that the deficit has gone down under president obama is ludicrous. that's not true. this is empirical fact. it's not a debate about opinion. he's the first president in american history to submit a budget with a 1 trillion dollar deficit. he's now done this before you are years in a row. the deficit increased. it also little over $10 trillion when he took over. now it's approaching $17 trillion. i
. it affects all americans. >> absolutely. president obama talks about citizenship. you can't find a list of better citizens, people who are actually, you know, really making sure that children have better education, that there's health awareness, who are actually volunteering, going into service for our country. so this list is really about 100 americans who just happen to be black. >> let's talk about the young woman sitting here, leah neale. besides the obvious, the medals around her neck, what is it about her that made you want to put her on this list? >> she's obviously very well accompli accomplished, won a bronze at the last olympics. we also see she's going to have a very bright future, hoping to see her down in brazil in 2016. so she's -- i think she's quite poised and accomplished and very much an inspiration to a lot of young african-american women. >> this is a sport where you don't see a lot of african-americans chart an inkr incredible path as you have been able to. what do you say to those who aspire to what you have done? >> i think what i would say to those people who kin
and highways. >> let me tell you something, sally. barack obama willing upon the american people climate change one scientists says it's not mandated and by the way we could be the cleanest country on planet and other countries. >> it hurts our economy. >> we have got to leave it there. as always for a spirited debate. sally, brad, great to see you. >> thanks. >> as we mentioned a moment ago. little boy's life on the line. tense negotiations continue around the clock with this accused kidnapper. what type of psychological toll is that taking on both the police and the suspect? dr. keith ablow joins us on the psychology that's playing out and what we can expect in hours and days to come. and a new study is looking today at what the healthcare overhaul means for part-time workers in the coming year. whether they get the insurance they need or will companies come up with creative ways to cut their hours? we will crunch the numbers. and the ravens may be the world champs, but who won the clash of the commercials from chips to trucks, clydesdales to goats? we will look at the best and the worst. and
the super bowl. mr. obama signed a bill raising rates on higher-income americans last month but this is the first time that he's said that he doesn't intend to extend higher rates to more taxpayers. it's a change from the position that he's held for many months. >> we can't get this done unless we also add ask the wealthiest households to pay higher taxes on their incomes above $250,000. >> pelley: that was mr. obama before the election and he made the same points in another way eight weeks ago. >> just to be clear: i'm not going to sign any package that somehow prevents the top rate from going up for folks at the top 2%. >> pelley: but last month he signed a stopgap compromise with congress that raised taxes on families making more than $450,000 a year. as the budget negotiations continue now, we wondered whether he would return to his goal of extending higher rates to families at that $250,000 level. are you through raising tax rates? >> well, i don't think the issue right now is raising rates. the question is if we're going to be serious about reducing our deficit, can we
as possible in good timing. it was also something that president obama put into his american jobs act. this is a bill on the federal level that has received a lot of attention and has widespread commitment from both numbers on the hill as well as the white house in order to make sure that we keep talking about this issue and combating this issue. host: the new york city bill met with resistance from major bloomberg. guest: they passed that bill in new york 44-4. mayor bloomberg said he will veto it and he is worried it will lead to frivolous lawsuits. there is a talking point out there that says this means employers will not even interview unemployed people. i think the employer would be smart to out -- to interview unemployed people to show that it is not discriminating. i don't follow the logic. host: the bill says if you have been unemployed and you don't get a job you applied for, you can sue the employer complain your illegally discriminate against you. guest: bill makes it very clear in the text is ok for an employer to ask what you have been doing and why you lost your job and
: china-based hackers are increasingly going after major american companies. with the obama administration is proposing to deal with this increase. dennis: record amount of viewers are turning in for the blackout bowl. coming up. cheryl: and take a look at oil, we are down substantially today. part of this is an inventory forecast. we will be right back. cheryl: 15 past the hour, stocks or 15 minutes. we have jeff flock standing by at the cme watching gas prices rising and a lot more. sandra standing by at the data wizard looking at earnings and charles payne showing us how to make money on pharma. first up, nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange where the rally has taken a break down 127. nicole: it really has taken a break. we have been over the unchanged line so many times in january, making higher highs and higher lows, setting new highs like 14,000, which we all remember so well on friday. we have since taken a breather and traders expecting exactly that. so many times throughout the last couple of weeks and january kept hearing the ter term " "overbought." not a surprise
for us to respond to the crises in the world. >> president obama, his last campaign promise to the american people, the final debate, this is what he said about sequester. >> first of all, sequester is not something that i proposed. it's something that congress has proposed. it will not happen. >> he said it will not happen. you're preparing for it to happen. it seems paul ryan was just on "meet the press" last week and he said it's more likely to happen than not. in your view, is this going to happen? >> in a world of responsible politics, it should not happen. >> ok. we don't live in that world right now. are you assuming it's going to happen? >> look, we've got to plan for that possibility. because there are so many members that are saying we're going to let it take place. but i have to tell you, it is irresponsible. for it to happen. i mean, why in god's name would members of congress elected by the american people take a step that would badly damage our national defense? but more importantly, undermine the support for our men and women in uniform. why would you do that?
vigorously the candidacy of a rock obama. and it's not only important to the black community. it's important to other americans as well. but he still faces a sort of vicious kind of ridicule from certain borders that are not unlike the america we saw when i was young in richmond, virginia. but, i think there are several americans -- i had grown tired of at least one of them. >> host: and "quitting america" you wrote america never helps anyone, even the starving and list its proposed to an american interest either strategic or economic and one cannot always distinguish one from the other. >> guest: well that's certainly largely true in foreign assistance. foreign assistance always has to be associated with a strategic purpose. when we look at what we did as a country to haiti, to thomas jefferson did everything he could to defeat the haitian revolution. the only successful slave revolt in the history of the hemisphere if these people turned back an army from spain, armies of 60,000 apiece from england and france twice and won their freedom, opened their doors to freeing slaves all over the wo
from a form of ptsd.president obama is on the road today. taking his case for gun control to the american people. the president will be speaking this afternoon at a minneapolis police special operations center. he'll be talking about ideas to reduce gun violence. such as universal background checks, and limiting the size of gun magazines. analysts are divided over how effective the president's campaign-style effort will be. he left to combat a very interest group effort. president obama has not done a good job building relationships with congress. he needs to do that before he starts putting external pressure on them. she had been missing for more than a week. police found her body in istanbul on saturday. authorities say she died from a blow to the head. so far nine suspects are being detained. authorities believe she met up with some people she met on histogram. o n instagram. iranian leaders are ready to resume stalled negotiations over the country's controversial nuclear program. a teenager girl who survived an assasination attmept by the taliban is speaking for the
obama is vying to create more jobs in his second term, but right now, millions are americans are still out of work. my next guest knows exactly how they feel. my next guest knows exactly how they feel. mike is a business owner who lost everything in 2008. i mean everything. now he's overcome that financial ruin and runs two businesses with revenues worth $50 million. congratulations. >> thank you. >> it's been a roller coaster ride. you've known tony for 17 years. and you've been up and down in that period of time. >> correct. >> tell me quickly the journey you've been on. >> i started off coming from a very challenging background, single mother, raised by a single mother. had no education. and really, no hope. and what i always say, i was lucky that i was put in front of an icon of empowerment. >> he is. every time i interview him, i feel empowered. >> that's true. what he is is an incredible educator. by the grace of the universe i was able to fall in the lap of this educator. he helped get me out of that place where i was, where there was no hope. >> he was homeless at the time. wha
up next. >>> president obama is trying to create more jobs. but many americans are still out of work. mike is a business owner who lost everything in 2008. i mean everything. now he has overcome the financial ruin and runs two businesses with revenues $50 million. congratulations. >> thank you. you've known tony for 17 years. and you've been up and down in that period of time. >> correct. >> tell me quickly the journey you've been on. >> i started off coming from a very challenging background, single mother, raised by a single mother. had no education. and really, no hope. and what i always say, i was lucky that i was put in front of an icon of empowerment. >> he is. every time i interview him, i feel empowered. >> that's true. what he is is an incredible educator. by the grace of the universe i was able to fall in the lap of this educator. he helped get me out of that place where i was, where there was no hope. >> he was homeless at the time. what i love about mike's story, is mike just didn't help himself. he built a small business to start with. one of the young women who worked f
with president barack obama when they meet this month. they'll also go over something that's been a thorn in japan-u.s. relations, the relocation of an american military base within okinawa. both governments want the plan to go ahead but people living in japan's south aren't onboard. nhk world reports. >> reporter: abe met with his counterpart to talk about the relocation of the futenma air station, a u.s. marine base. >> translator: we must remove the futenma air station as soon as possible in accordance with an agreement with the u.s. government. >> translator: we want the base to be moved out of okinawa. >> reporter: okinawa is japan's southernmost prefecture. the island district comprises only 0.6% of japan's land. but hosts 70% of the u.s. bases in the nation. for many, futenma symbolizes okinawa's unfair burden in ensuring japan's security. this is the futenma air station. you see aircraft, runway and if you turn this way, you can see how close the residential area of okinawa is to the space. in 1996, the u.s. agreed to return the futenma site to japan. masahide ota was okinawa's go
up with. because border enforcement is a key part of this. and, you know, for example, asian-americans don't really care about border enforcement, but they do care about these overstays. the obama administration deported about 1.4 million people, or 1.5 million in their first term. the fear is that maybe they'll go after overstays next. >> and so, marcela, we know certainly there are a lot of communities, particularly here in california, that it's going to effect. the hispanic community is the largest of these communities. so what's the mood from what you're hearing? >> well, i think the mood is one of renewed optimism. as the president noted in his speech, i think it's actually one of an invigorated optimism combined with a pragmatism. a feeling of, you know, we've waited this long, there are many obstacles, pragmatic perseverance, i think, is in the heart of our community. but to be sure, a lot of optimism that we've not seen before, and it's really being expressed in new ways especially in social media where i think definitions of latino identity, latino clout, the ways that we tell
, and determined that raising the speed limit will still be safe. >>> president obama on his way back from washington. he went to minneapolis today to encourage americans to pressure their members of congress to enact what he calls common-sense reform sfloos let's get the latest on the snow coming our way. >> a quick bout between 6:00 p.m. and midnight. we're not expecting very much. you can see it's showing up just west and northwest of the area, and storm team 4 radar, look at the leading edge of it right now. martins burg, winchester, all sliding against eastbound. that's what we're going to see. by the time we get to about 6:00, 7:00 p.m., some of those flakes reaching the ground your temperatures between 30 and 34 degrees through 9:00 p.m., that snow again arrives from the west. we'll see light accumulations, especially d.c. points north, to a coating to just around an inch. tomorrow morning the snow will be long over. there's a load of salt on area roads right now. we'll have more coming up. >>> a man is still holed up in a bunker with a 5-year-old boy in alabama. authorities say the
obama brand and those negatives and demonizing campaign in modern american has jury. they think he did it for several reasons. he was able to defend his record because he was in many respects an infant of a record and he had almost nothing to save a second term agenda. so the caller is right. he essentially devoted billion dollars to making him look like a plutocrat who enjoyed firing people, sending jobs overseas. they receiving the most loathsome attribute, super pac had argued that romney was responsible for the cancer death of the wife of a field worker. this kind of set new lows in american politics. the romney campaign of which i was a part of her three month straight to answer those things. but there is some intrinsic disadvantages the romney campaign faced to be fair to it, which is that the obama campaign had the capacity to spend money early on because of the campaign-finance laws in in the wake of him it was able to do. but it's a very contentious republican primary. obama didn't have a challenger and he was able to define romney early on. it's not easy to overcome those kin
. for president obama this is something different. this is something altogether different, but i would say this, the american people are generally -- lou: you will say this eventually. >> eventually, quite. after i talk about the dog again. the truth is, the american people are smarter than their politicians and politics and know that the problem that we have, this epidemic of mass shootings, random mass shootings is not just about guns but a sick society, a sick culture, fatherlessness and broken this in all this other stuff that cannot be fixed. there is no panacea answer to this command that is white as the president drags this out through, as steve accurately described, a senate that will not be eager to embrace and control the further we get away daughter will be for democrats to push. lou: and the other initiative on the part of the president that he has made a priority, of course, back with comprehensive immigration reform. is there the appetite for this? standing tall as the leading conservative in the gain of eight. but what is the appetite in the senate for comprehensive immigration r
, the jobs report. this hits every american. you know, the rate 7.9% as we showed you, higher than when obama took office, and we got a report last week about gdp in the fourth quarter being negative, down a tenth of a percent, what gives? >> well, it's pretty much business as usual out there. the numbers are mixed, as you say, we had zero growth in the fourth quarter and -- gerri: what do you mean business as usual? this is the worst recovery we've ever seen in this country. the worst. >> business as usual in the recovery. it's been going on for four years. i'm used to it. gerri: the new normal. >> that's what i mean. tepid. i give the jobs report a b-minus. the market liked it. i think a lot of professionals are uncomfortable as jared said with where the stock market is. here's my take. we had a lot more hiring in the fourth quarter in this month than what would hve made sense given the underlying path of the economy. a lot of employers saying i wish i hasn't hired. people are getting more taken out of the paychecks. there's a lot of fiscal drag. there's going to be a slow down, and i think
people you have problems. ronald reagan lowered taxes and slowed down the spending. obama has done the opposite. >> what you said makings perfect sense. but that is not popular when you talk about it in the africa-american community is it >> it is not. but i dare say 90 percent of the people. high told black people in the economic recovery we would be lookingalt 14 percent unemployment and that is lower than the people that abandoned it a substantial number of people would not have voted for him. the number one reason the economy and he's not delivering. >> talk about the policiless that are hurting black americanings whampt were the policiless that you feel have kept people from being able to move forward. >> when i was in college we read a back called the negro family a case near national academies. >> 20 of the blacks were born out of wet lookings that has tripem for whites is it 35 percent. we have rewarded people and given women financial incent itches and allowed the men to abandoneded thet. bill cosbee called them unwed fathers. >> single parent hood and kids growing up and
immigration reform. president obama on the road today to talk to the american people about gun violence what we could do about it. he pardon me lives the white house and flies out to minneapolis st. paul. he will be meeting there this afternoon with local leadez and law enforcement officials and then he will be giving a big speech at the minneapolis police department pesh separations center on ideas to reduce gun violence. the president getting back to the white house tonight at 6:00 p.m. and jay carney will be doing a press galingggle aboard "air force one." cruc. >> this is bill press show. [ music ] >> bill: hey, good morning, everybody. welcome to the "full-court press" this monday morning, february 4th. how about it the morning after the super bowl. >> that's what everybody is talking about this morning. so will we. not just who won the game but more importantly, who won the commercials. there were lots of good ones we will get into that with you this morning. will chuck hagel survive his appearance last week before the senate foreign relations c
with obama on down. >> >> in the gun control debate, nra came out strongly against a proposed assault weapons ban. >> if you limit the american public's abscess to this, you limit their ability to survive. if someone is invading your house, you should have what you need to protect yourself. not what some politician thinks is reasonable. >> >> mark kelly, former astronaut and husband of gabby giffords wants to get assault weapons off the streets to prevent shootings like the one that almost killed his wife. >> this isn't about the 2nd amendment any more. this is about public safety. we had 201st graders die in their classrooms because we don't have sufficient gun violence legislation in this country. >> >> president obama is taking his pitch for gun control on the road this week, starting with minneapolis. also, this week, house members plan to introduce a bill to make firearms trafficking a federal crime >> mandatory criminal background checks for every sale -- >> mayors against illegal guns produced this ad that aired during the superbowl. it features a sound byte from 1999 when the nra head
? the rights of suspects? the secret surveillance of american citizens? the swollen executive powers first claimed by george w. bush and now by barack obama? soon after he succeeded bush, president obama announced he would not permit torture and would close down the detention camp at guantanamo bay. he also said this -- >> our actions in defense of liberty will be just as our cause. and that we the people will uphold our fundamental values as vigilantly as we protect our security. once again america's moral example must be the bedrock and the beacon of our global leadership. >> four years later, guantanamo not only remains open, but a few days ago, the state department announced it was eliminating the office assigned to close the prison and move its detainees. meanwhile, president obama has stepped up the use of unmanned drones against suspected terrorists abroad. those drone attacks have killed a growing number of civilians and have prompted the united nations to launch an investigation into their legality and the deadly toll on innocent people. >> the central objective of the investigati
and sportsmen, americans of every background stand up and say, "this time it's got to be different." >> ifill: the obama administration has been working to build on public outrage sparked by the mass shooting in newtown connecticut that left 20 children and six adults dead. ♪ for purple mountain majesty ♪ above... >> ifill: echos of that crime were still in the air last night at the super bowl where the sandy hook elementary school chorus sang "america the beautiful" before kick-off. and a super bowl ad paid for by mayors against illegal guns, a gun-control group, financed by new york mayor michael bloomberg, appealed for background checks for gun buyers. it featured a child narrator and video of national rifle association leader wayne lapierre from 1999. >> the n.r.a. once supported background checks. >> we think it's reasonable to provide mandatory criminal background checks for every sale at every gun show. no loopholes anywhere for anyone. >> ifill: the 30-second spot aired on the cbs affiliate that serves washington d.c., but lapeer air repeated yesterday the n.r.a. no longer support
's important. if parents and teachers, police officers and pastors hunters and sportsmen, americans of every background stand up and say "this time it's got to be different." >> ifill: the obama administration has been working to build on public outrage sparked by the mass shooting in newtown connecticut that left 20 children and six adults dead. ♪ for purple mountain majesty ♪ ♪ above... ♪ >> ifill: echos of that crime were still in the air last night at the super bowl where the sandy hook elementary school chorus sang "america the beautiful" before kick-off. and a super bowl ad paid for by mayors against illegal guns a gun-control group, financed by new york mayor michael bloomberg, appealed for background checks for gun buyers. it featured a child narrator and video of national rifle association leader wayne lapierre from 1999. >> the n.r.a. once supported background checks. >> we think it's reasonable to provide mandatory criminal background checks for every sale at every gun show. no loopholes anywhere for anyone. >> ifill: the 30-second spot aired on the cbs affiliate that serv
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